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What mothers-to-be eat around the time of conception may influence the epigenome of her child, researchers led by Branwen Hennig from the MRC International Nutrition Group at MRC Keneba in The Gambia and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine report in Nature Communications.

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